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SacInteractive: Intro to React

This Wednesday (April 19) at SacInteractive, Jon Nutting will be giving an Intro To React.  The description is below; as always our meeting is FREE and open to everyone. It starts at 6:30 at HackerLab -- hope to see you there! --nolan

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Speaking at Adobe ColdFusion Government Summit

This Wednesday (April 19) I’ll be speaking at the Adobe ColdFusion Government Summit in Washington DC. I’m not actually giving a ColdFusion specific talk, but rather I’ll be presenting “Crash Course in jQuery”.

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ColdFusion Roadshow Notes: Where is ColdFusion Headed?, Rakshith Naresh

CF is 21 years young
double-digit growth
between 2014 (cf11) and 2016 (cf2016), we saw “double digit growth” in CF
adding new customers year over year (consistent over the last few years)
these are customers who have NEVER bought CF before

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ColdFusion RoadShow Notes: What's New In ColdFusion 2016, Elishia Dvorak

doing a lot of going to different cities, having conversations w/ CF folks
feedback taken to product/engineering team

next month (May) CF 10 goes out of core support - no more security/hot fixes
ONE more for CF 10 and 11 in the next few weeks, but that’s it for 10

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ColdFusion Roadshow Recap

Wednesday was the ColdFusion Roadshow in San Francisco. Essentially this was 2 1-hour sessions by Elishia Dvorak and Rakshith Naresh about the current state of ColdFusion, and future plans. Much of the info was similar to what we’d been told at CF Summit and CF Camp last year, but there were some new details as well. (I’ll post my notes from both sessions shortly.)  Overall it looks like Adobe has some great ideas planned for the next 2 ColdFusion releases (tentatively scheduled for 2018 and 2020).

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On the CF Alive Podcast

The fine folks at the CF Alive Podcast interviewed me recently. We talked about my upcoming presentation on Dependency Injection at the Into The Box Conference, WireBox, ColdFusion, and various other things.

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New Mura 7 iFrame Plugin

While working on a project with Blue River, Eddie Ballisty and I had to write a Mura plugin for adding iFrames to a Mura website.  Blue River was kind enough to let us release the plugin as open source for the rest of the Mura community.

You can download the plugin here: https://github.com/nolanerck/Mura-IFrame-Plugin

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Changes to the Mura Google News Sitemaps Plugin

Just a quick note about my Mura Google News Sitemaps plugin.  Per a client request, I’ve added an
“Excluded SubTypes” option to the Settings page.  Essentially this is a “short circuit” for the Exclude From News Sitemap field on the Content - Extended Attributes tab.  

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SacInteractive - 10 Tips to Save Development Time

This Wednesday at SacInteractive we have “10 Tips to Save Development Time”. Dave Jones was scheduled to give this talk earlier but there was a storm and we lost electricity for the night. Dave was kind enough to reschedule and is giving the talk this coming Wednesday night.  Details are below; as always it’s FREE and open to everyone.

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Teaching Intro To JavaScript

Bay area people, who wants to learn JavaScript? I'm teaching a 2 day "Intro to JavaScript" class on March 11 and 12 at Bay Area Video Coalition in San Francisco.  I may be able to get you a discount on the price. Drop me a message if you're interested. More details are available on the BVAC website.

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